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Post-Balakot, The Way Forward For India

Surya Gangadharan, New Delhi 17 April 2019

Next week will mark two months since the Indian Air Force struck a terrorist camp in Pakistan's Balakot. No major terrorist i...

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‘Yawning Gap Existed In National Security Architecture, Adhocism Needed To Be Bridged’

Nitin A. Gokhale, New Delhi 16 April 2019

As the National Security Council completes 20 years, India’s first Deputy National Security Adviser Satish Chandra says the...

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What India’s Expanded Security Architecture Looks Like

Nitin A. Gokhale, New Delhi 16 April 2019

Twenty years ago today, India’s National Security Council Secretariat or NSCS came into existence through a Cabinet Resolut...

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‘Use Of Military Force From Outside Will Have Devastating Effect in Libya’

Nitin A. Gokhale, New Delhi 15 April 2019

As fighting rages on in and around the Tripoli between those backing Libya’s UN-recognised ...

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‘It Was Baisakhi Yet Cold, Biting Cold in Siachen’—The Rest Is Frozen In Time (Part 2)

Nitin A. Gokhale, New Delhi 13 April 2019

It all began on Baisakhi, 35 years ago but the occasion was anything but celebratory—altitudes in excess of 20,000 feet, ra...

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Sudan: 3 Rulers In 3 Days But Will Protesters Be Satisfied?

Amitabh P. Revi, New Delhi 13 April 2019

The more things change, the more they remain the same. That’s the refrain of continuing protests in Sudan, which have seen ...

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‘It Was Baisakhi Yet Cold, Biting Cold in Siachen’—The Rest Is Frozen In Time (Part 1)

Nitin Gokhale, New Delhi 13 April 2019

It all began on Baisakhi, 35 years ago but the occasion was anything but celebratory—altitudes in excess of 20,000 feet, ra...

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How The India-Pak Glacial Fight Over Siachen Began

Nitin Gokhale, New Delhi 12 April 2019

35 years after India foiled Pakistani designs of an attempted ingress into the Siachen glacier, SNI’s Editor-in-Chief Nitin...

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It’s A Coup Within A Coup, Says India’s Ex-Envoy To Sudan On President Bashir’s Removal

Amitabh P Revi, Rohit Pandita and Ankit Mattoo, New Delhi 12 April 2019

Rising prices, inequality brought Sudan’s President Bashir to power and removed him from it...

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Julian Assange’s Arrest In Ecuadorean Embassy Sparks Debate Over Asylum Status, Refugee Law

Ashwin Ahmad, New Delhi 11 April 2019

The arrest of Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange by British police in the Ecuadorian embassy...

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